Premiere Classe Soissons

Address: Rue Jacques Brel, Espace de l'Archer, Soissons, Picardy, 02200, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rue Jacques Brel, Espace de l'Archer, Soissons, is near Abbaye Saint-Jean-des-Vignes.
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      Travel Blogs from Soissons

      Nearly home

      A travel blog entry by corrica on Nov 12, 2014

      ... duck tape patching but it was super reliable and at nearly 58mpg, extremely economical. We could have done with a bigger boot come the end but you can see why the Italians go for smaller cars in general, as the narrow roads and tight streets showed.

      Overall a great experience and fantastic to see so many fascinating historical places and sites.
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      Day 21 Paris to London

      A travel blog entry by kathyhotz on Oct 21, 2014

      Well the time has come to farewell some of our fellow travellers as they stay on in Paris, fly from Paris or go by Eurostar, train, back to London. The rest of us board the bus for the final step in our journey. It is cooler today and as we travel through the French country side the weather starts to deteriorate quickly. It is windy, cold and starting to rain steadily. We have heard that some of the ferries are not ...

      Water and wine

      A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... us clear of all the busy traffic. Either side of Reims there were sections where we climbed up into the hillsides which were swathed with vineyards. The vineyards were a hive of activity with workers' heads stuck up above the vines all over the place! Most of the grapes had been harvested and at least some of the activity was to harvest the remainder.
      The final section to Laon meandered about through undulating, mostly wooded countryside.
      160km clocked for the ...

      N U T S.......

      A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 01, 2014

      27 photos

      ... the counter was pleasant and for 3 euro...I was in. Well...he had some neat stuff andd I had looked through it all in about 5 minutes...I dragged out 5 more to not make it look like I ran through the place. He had a pretty cool paper weight of some "Nuts" I chucked at that. History lesson for those not in the know again
      General McAuliffe was in charge when Bastogne was surrounded during the Battle the Bulge the 101 airborne division was defending the ...

      ExplorinNorth-Eastern France

      A travel blog entry by colgaz on Aug 17, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... the old bridge. After the break,.. onward to Verdun. We knew little of the history of Verdun save it was heavily featured in stories I have seen of the Great War in France. We headed to the Office of Tourism and found that most of the 'featured history' of the region does focus on WW 1 and the campaigns around Verdun. The underground citadel, a series of large tunnels dug from the hillside just out of the centre of the town, served as a headquarters for the area for the ...